An extensive line for the Baztan
Valley that today belongs to the judicial party of Pamplona, in Navarra.
Had Houses in the areas of
Irurita, Arizcun, Azpilcueta, Elbetea, Maya de Baztan and the town of Ordoqui,
all belonging to the mentioned Baztan Valley, and in the city of Tarrazona in
House of the Irurita area
Of the House of the Irurita area,
Goyeneche, premier knight and Lord of the Houses of Indacoechea and of
Goyeneche, set in the Irurita area.
Married on December 21, 1678, to Lady Catalina de Echevarria. Parents of these twins:
de Goyeneche y Echevarria, who lived a little while, and
Juan de Goyeneche y Echevarria, who lived.
The twins were baptized on
October 28, 1679.
Goyeneche y Echevarria, Lord of the Houses of his father, married to Lady
Gracia Grajilena (daughter of Juan de Grajilena and of Lady Maria de Señorena). Born of this union on July 15, 1705 (was),
Goyeneche y Grajilena, native of the Irurita area and Lord of the Houses of his
father. Married on March 6, 1729 to Lady
Maria Bautista de Aguerrevere (daughter of Juan Bautista de Aguerrevere and of
Lady Maria de Iturralde y Maritorena), and became his son and successor,
Crisostomo de Goyeneche y Aguerrevere, native of Irurita, Lord of the ancestral
seat of Indacoechea; of the de Goyeneche, Grajilena, Iturreguia and Aguerrevere,
also of the Irurita area; of the Arraoiz and Maritorena, sites in Añiz, of the
de Iturralde, radicals in the area of Ciga and the town of Zuraure. Went to Peru and was the Major and Judge of
Arequipa commerce, deputy for the Consulate Tribunal of Lima, and Captain of
the Infrantry. Married to Lady Maria
Josefa de Barreda, native of Arequipa (daughter of the Camp Master Nicolas
Barred y Ovando and of Lady Maria de Benavides y Moscoso, both of
Arequipa). Born of this union (were):
de Goyeneche y Barreda, who was born on February 22, 1772 and was the “Listener”
of the (hearings for…) Audience of Cuzco and of Lima (Peru), and Knight of the
Order of San Juan and of the American order of Isabel the Catholic.
de Goyeneche y Barreda, who follows (mentioned further below).
Sebastian de Goyeneche y Barreda, Knight of the Order of San Juan of Jerusalem,
of the de Isabel la Catolica, and Bishop of Arequipa, and
Juan Mariano de Goyeneche y Barreda, continued further below.
de Goyeneche y Barreda was born in Arequipa on July 13, 1775, and here, when
still an adolescent, served in the capacity of cadet in the disciplined militia
of the city, and after some time passed, had the rank of Lieutenant of the
Knights of Camana. In 1795 he came to
the Peninsula (Spain) with the objective of continuing his studies in the
University of Seville, and after concluding these, spent time with the garrison
to Cadiz, and in addition to his occupation as Captain of the Artillery Corps: cooperated effectively in the defense of the
plaza, twice bombarded the English Squire in the space of three years. In 1802, he marched to France - commissioned
by the Government, and later to England, Holland, Germany, Switzerland, and
Italy, assisted in the ordered military operations in Berlin and Potsdam for
King Guillermo III, in Vienna for the Archiduke Charles and in Brussels and Paris
for Bonaparte. In 1808, during the
French invasion in Spain, the “Junta de Sevilla” (who held supreme power at
that time), feeling the upcoming revolution in America, conferred unto him the
Virreinato (similar to the position of Governor General for the King) of Buenos
Aires and Lima, with the mandate for the designated troops to operate within
the presidencies of Charcas and Cuzco.
In 1809, and
due to the death of the last President of these districts, he was named as the
General Captain of the districts along with the presidency of his Audience, and
in little time created an army that dominated the rebels, taking their
armaments. Also he caused the submission
of the city of Paz and the rest of the province.
At the first
news of an uprising in Buenos Aires, Goyeneche marched there and reconquered
the major part of the dominion with the group that he organized in the space of
six months. At the front of these troops
on June 2, 1811, at the Battle of Guaqui, from where glorious memories came after
the perpetuation of the Castillan title Count of Guaqui, that was given to him
by the Royal Assent of May 14, 1817. On
September 4, 1846, he was granted the Grandeza de España of the first
class. After his return to Spain, King
Ferdinand VII made him Lieutenant General.
He also became a Knight of the Order of Santiago and of the Order of
Carlos III (Charles III), and was in charge of Spain’s important cargoes. He died in Madrid on October 10, 1846, without
succession, therefore his successor was his brother.
de Goyeneche y Barreda, Knigh of the Order of Santiago, Commentator of the de
Isable la Catolica, and Colonel of the Corps retired in Arequipa, where he
owned great assets. He was the second
Count of Guaqui and married Lady Maria Santos de Gamio (daughter of Bernardo de
Gamio Vicuña and of Lady Antonia de Aramivar).
Born of this union (was):
de Goyeneche y Gamio, who follows further below.
de Goyeneche y Gamio, Knight of the Order of Santiago
Sebastian, native of Arequipa, married in Paris to Lady Valentina de Camacho y
Lastres, first Marquess of Casas Novas.
He died in Paris on December 17, 1900.
Josefa, native of Arequipa and Duchess of de Goyeneche, a pontificated title
created due to Pope Pius X in 1912, and
Carmen, Duchess of de Gamio, who died in San Sebastian on June 10, 1916.
de Goyeneche y Gamio was born in Arequipa on February 6, 1846 and was the third
Count of Guaqui, Grande de España and Knight of the Orders of Santiago and
Carlos III. He was married in Lima on
November 1, 1860 with Lady Juana de la Puente and Risco Arias Saavedra,
Marquess de Villafuerte, who died in San Sebastian on October 10, 1918, with
whom he had the following children:
Goyeneche y de la Puente, born in Lima on March 17, 1862 and married in Paris
on February 19, 1885 to Jose de Monserrat Suelves and de Montagut, new Marquis
of Casa-Saavedra and Marquis de Villafuerte, born in Lima on March 5, 1863.
Marquis of Corpa, Chief of Artillery, born in Lima in April 6, 1866. Married in San Sebastian on September 24,
1902 with Lady Maria del Pilar San Gil y Otal, Countess of Ruy de Castilla, who
died in Paris on May 17, 1914. The son
from this marriage (was):
Juan de Goyeneche San Gil, Count of Ruy de Castilla.
bron in Lima on October 15, 1867.
in Lima on June 7, 1870, and died in Madrid on August 2, 1905. Married in Zarauz on September 22, 1892 to
Mauricio Alvarez de las Asturiax Boborquez, fourth Duke of Gor, Grande de
born in Paris and spouse of Lady Maria de Silva.
in Paris, and
in Paris on November 5, 1880, Licensed in Law and Diplomacy. Married on June of 1912 to the Lady Ana de
Silvela y de la Viesca, daughter of the first Marquis de Santa Maria de
Silvela. Has a successor.
House of the Arizcun area
Of the House of Arizcun belonged:
Goyeneche, native of Arizcun, who lived in the first years of the 17th
century. Married to Lady Catalina
Gaston, a native of Errazu. Born of this
Goyeneche y Gaston, who follows further below, and
Goyeneche y Gaston, native of Arizcun, who married Lady Maria de Irigoyen,
native of Errazu, and became parents of
Francisco de Goyeneche e Irigoyen, native of Arizcun, Knight of the Order of
Santiago – ordained on June 7, 1715, Viscount of Celaya and Marquis of Ugena,
due to (Royal) assent of September 21, 1735, and
Goyeneche e Irigoyen, native of Arizcun and also Knight of Santiago, since June
Goyeneche y Gaston, native of Arizcun, was the spouse of Lady Maria Francisca
de Balanza (daughter of Martin de Balanza, native of Aoiz, and of Lday Maria de
Ambrona, native of Cigudosa – a place near Agreda, in the province of Soria),
and they had the following children:
Miguel de Goyeneche y Balanza, who follows further below, and
Javier de Goyeneche y Balanza, native of Madrid, and of the Order of Santiago,
since June 7, 1701 due to Royal Assent of May 13, 1731, which concedd the title
of Marqui de Belzunce.
Miguel de Goyeneche y Balanza was born in Madrid and was the Treasurer of the
Queen, Knight of the Order of Santiago, ordained on November 29, 1728 and first
Count of Saceda by Royal Assent n the year 1743. In his spouse, Lady Maria Antonia de
Indaburu, native of Maya de Baztan, had these sons:
de Goyeneche Indaburu, who follows further below, and
Goyeneche Indaburu, who was made Count of Goyeneche on November 7, 1790 by
de Goyeneche Indaburu was born in Madrid and was the second Count of
Saceda. In the year 1776, he obtained
the Audience of Navarra by letter of the Assent in Coretes, formerly obtained. He married Lady Maria Javiera de Muzquiz,
also a native of Madrid (daughter of Miguel de Muzquiz, Count of Gausa and
Knight of Santiago, native of Elbetea in the Baztan Valley, and of Lady Ignacia
de Climente y Diaz, native of Madrid).
Born of this link (was)
Goyeneche y Muzquiz, native of Madrid, first Lieutenant of the Infantry Regiment
of Mallorca, Head of the King’s Week (Semana del Rey) and Knight of the Order of
Santiago, in which he was ordained in April 12, 1799. Due to the Royal Letter of February 26, 1848,
he succeeded in the titles of Count of Saceda, Counte of Gausa, Marquis de
Belzunce, and Marquis Ugena. He married
Lady Guadalupe de Viana y Rodriguez de Pedroso, sister to Lday Juana de Dios de
Viana and Rodriguez de Pedroso, the fourth Marques de Prado Alegre, and these
are the daughters of Lady Maria Josefa Rodriguez de Pedroso, the third Marques
de Prado Alegre, and of her husband Francisco Leandro de Viana, Count of Tepa.
mentioned don Luis de Goyeneche y Muzquiz and his wife, Lady Guadalupe de Viana
y Rodriguez de Pedroso, had the following children:
Goyeneche Viana y Rodriguez de Pedroso, who follows further below, and
Goyeneche Viana y Rodriguez de Pedroso, the fifth Marquesa de Prado Alegre, the
hereditary title from her aunt Lady Juana de Dios de Viana y Rodriguez de
Pedroso, fourth Marquess de Prado Alegre, and who, when married to Jose Maria
Allendesalazar, Count of Monte-Fuerte, did not have children.
de Goyeneche Viana, was married to Joaquin Muñoz de Baena y Carrillo de
Albornoz. Born of this link (was):
Muñoz de Baena y Goyeneche, Master of Granada and sixth Marquis de Prado
Alegre, who with his wife, Lady Maria Teresa Velluti y Tavira, daughter of the
Marquis of Falces, had the following children:
de Baena y Velluti, who succeeded her father in 1894 in the title of Marquess
de Prado Alegre. Married to Carlos Prendergast
Roberts, Division General, and became parents of Elena Prendergast y Muñoz de
Baena, Countess de Saceda by Royal Letter of Succession of 1909, and of Ana
Prendergast y Muñoz de Baena, Marquess de Ugena since 1908, married to Matias
Ovate y Lopez.
Maria de las
Mercedes Muñoz y Baena y Velluti, Marquess de Belzunce, titled in succession in
1989. She married Jose Garcia San Miguel
y Tamargo, and
de Baena y Velluti, who succeeded in 1909 in the title of Count of Gausa.
Goyeneche Viana y Rodriguez de Pedroso, inherited from his maternal grandfather
the title of Count of Tepa, and also succeeded by Royal Letter of August 5,
1850 in the titles of Count of Saceda, Count of Gausa, Marquis de Ugena, and
Marquis de Belzunce. He had a son:
Goyeneche y Samaniego, that by Royal Letter of December 10, 1870, succeeded in
the titles of Count of Tepa and Marquis de Belzunce. We are ignorant of whether he also succeeded
in the remaining titles of his father, or whether these died with him. We believe that later, he did not leave sons,
therefore, as previously said, was succeeded in the titles of Marquis de
Belzunce and of Count of Gausa, respectively, by his second niece and nephew,
Maria de las Mercedes Muñoz de Baena y Velluti in 1898, and Jose Muñoz de Baena
y Velluti in 1909. Just like previously indicated,
by Lady Elena Prendergast y Muñoz de Baena, and on the Marquis de Ugena in
1908, the sister of the previous Lady Ana de Prendergast y Muñoz de Baena, both
daughters of Lady Teresa Muñoz de Baena y Velluti, seventh Marquess de Prado
Alegre and also the second niece of don Ricardo de Goyeneche y Samaniego.
In the title of Count of Tepa succeeded in
1897 by don Manuel Fernandez de Villavicencio y Muñoz de Baena.
Of the same House of the Arizcun
Goyeneche, native of Arizcun, married to Lady Maria de Arrazuriz e Iriberri,
also a native of Arizcun, with whom he had
Goyeneche y Errazuriz, native of Arizcun, who married the Lady Maria de
Martiarena, also a native of Arizcun (daughter rof Juan de Martiarena and of
Lady Graciana de Astrearena, both of Arizcun).
Born of this union (were)
de Goyeneche y Martiarena, who follows further below.
de Goyeneche y Martiarena, native of Elizondo, also in Navarra, Sub-Brigadier
of the Royal Granadero Company of the Horse, and Knight of the Order of
Santiago, ordained on December 9, 1735.
de Goyeneche y Martiarena, native of Elizondo, Secretary of S.M. and Official
of the Secretary of the War Dispatch, and ordained to the Order of Santiago on
the same date as his brother Justo Fausto, and
Francisco de Goyeneche y Martiarena, native of Elizondo, Comissary of War for
the Royal Army, Treasurer of the Factory of the New Royal Palace and is of the
same Order of Santiago, the suit of which he wore on August 29, 1754.
Goyeneche y Martiarena, native of Elizondo, married to Lady Ana de Villanueva y
Coronado, native of Velez-Malaga (daughter of Fernandeo de Villanueva and of
Lady Maria Manuela Coronado, both of Velez-Malaga), and were parents of
Fernando de Goyeneche y Villanueva, of Velez-Malaga. Cadet of the
Royal Spanish Guards and also Knight of Santiago since April 24, 1770.
House of the Maya del Baztan area
Of the House of the area of Maya
del Baztan were:
Goyeneche, native of Maya del Baztan, who with his wife, Lady Catalina de
Aguirre, also of Maya, had
Goyeneche y Aguirre, native of Maya del Baztan, who married Lady Maria de
Quingerrena, native of Elbetea, a place in the Baztan Valley (daughter of Juan
Quinguerrena, native of Elbetea, and of Lady Catalina Mendinueta, Native of Elizondo),
and became parents of
Goyeneche y Quinguerrena, native of Elbetea, married to Lady Ana Maria Valero,
nativeof Elche (daughter of Esteban Valero and of Lady Feliciana Miralles, both
of Elche), who became parents of
Iagnacio de Goyeneche y Valero, native of Alicante and of the Order of Carlos
III, ordained on December 29, 1792, and
Goyeneche y Valero, native of Alicante, who, in the year 1790, solicited the
Tribunals of Navarra to recognize his nobility, and obtained a statement of
House of the Village of Tarazona, with the
line in Ecuador
In the City of Tarazona, in
Aragon, lived another family of the same name, from whom descended;
Goyeneche, who was born in Tarazona and went to the Republic of Ecuador, where
he married Lady Clara Rodriguez Plaza y de Miranda, native of Guayaquil, and
became parents of
Ana de Goyeneche y Rodriguez, native of Guayaquil, who married Juan Alvarez
de Aviles y de Obregon, also a native of Guayaquil (hijo de Gabriel Alvarez de
Aviles, native of Aviles in Asturias, and of Lady Laura de Obregon y Bustillos,
native of Guayaquil). Born of this unión
Francesca Alvarez de Aviles y de Goyeneche, native of Guayaquil, who had
with her husband Rodrigo de Unzueta y de Avila, native of Lima n Peru (son of
Jose de Unzueta y Melendez, native of Lima, and of his wife Lady Gabriela of
Avila, also a native of Lima; paternal nephew of Jose de Unzueta y de Guevara
and of Lady Isabel Melendez Ramirez de Guzman, native of Lima; and a maternal
nephew of Juan Luis de Avila y Biedma, native of Sevilla, and of Lady Ana de
Aguila, native of Ica, Peru). They were
Unzueta Alvarez de Aviles y Goyeneche, native of Trujillo in Peru, wife of
Vicente Carbo de Cerezo y Martinez Terol, native of Guayaquil (son of Tomas
Carbo y Martinez Terol, who went to America with the cargo of the Colonel and
Royal Treasurer, native of Valencia, and of Lady Ventura de Cerezo y Sanchez de
Zea, native of Guayaquil; paternal nephew of Tomas Carbo y Oltra, native of
Onteniente, province of Valencia, and of Lady Esperanza Martinez de Terol,
native of Rafal, province of Alicante; and maternal nephew of Juan Alfonso de
Cerezo y de Sanabrian, antive of Boacirente in Valenica, and of Lady Baltasara
Sanchez de Zea y Fraco, native of Guayaquil). They had the following sons:
Carbo de Unzueta
Carbo de Unzueta, y
El Coronel Jose Carbo de Unzueta. All natives of Guayaquil.
Coat of Arms – Armas
The “Nobleza Executoriada de
Navarra” said that the Goyeneche brought the arms of the Baztan Valley, which
are checkered squares of silver and black.
In effect, these are the general arms of the Goyeneche, squares of
silver and black, but only twenty pieces, instead of the twenty-five contained
the arms of the Baztan Valley.
The Counts of Guaqui show their arms
in this way as well.
There are also branches of the
Goyeneche who have this other coat of arms:
A checker of thirty pieces of “gules” and silver, and bordered with this
Nobleza Executoriada de Navarra, 1776, Volume 2, Number 15, Issue 745.
Nobleza Executoriada de Navarra, 1790, Volume 1, Number 3, Issue 585.
Nobiliario del Reino de Navarra, Jose Maria de Huarte y Jose de Rujula,
Volume I, pp 306-387.
Estudios de Heraldica Vasca, Juan Carlos de Guerra, 3rd Edition, page 285.
Expedientes de pruebas de nobleza de todos los Caballeros de las Ordenes
Militares que figuran en el curso de esta información, en el Archivo Historico
Nacional. (Files of proof of nobility for
all the Knights of Military Orders mentioned in this information, at the
National Historical Archives)
Nobiliario de los reinos y señoríos de España, Francisco Piferrer,
Printed. Volume III, p 95.
Nobiliario de los reinos y señoríos de España, Francisco Piferrer, Printed.
Apendice, Vol. I, p. 155.
Blason de España, A. de Burgos, printed, volumen III, page 154 and after.
Historia Genealogia y Heraldica de la Monarquia Española, Francisco
Fernandez de Bethencour, printed, Vol III, p. 597.
Guias de la Nobleza, Juan Morena de Guerra
Catalogo alfabetico de los documentos referentes a títulos del reino,
published by Archivo Historico Nacional.